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To make the most of your initial consult, we highly recommend going through this page. While not mandatory, these resources will enhance your understanding of the program and have a more effective consultation.

What typically happens at an Initial Consult

Intake

You explain to Yossi who you are.

Choosing a Food Plan

You determine what general type of food plan is best for you

Creating the Food Plan

You create a custom plan designed for you within the framework of the general food plan type

Conclusion

You make sure that you understand the plan and the program. You make sure you are set up to follow the plan and use the resources provided 

Intake

Questions You Will Likely Be Asked

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Common Questions You Might Have

What type of scale to get?

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When do I weigh myself?

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Should I write down what Yossi tells me during the session?

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What should be my goal?

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How much weight will I'll lose if I follow this plan?

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Choosing a Food Plan

The majority of people being put on "The Classic Diet" and a small number of people do better on "The Lean Protein Diet". 

The Classic Diet follows a structured meal plan where each meal and snack specifies the number of calories to consume. Supper is divided into mains and sides, also with specified calorie counts. Every meal and snack must be healthy and contain adequate protein.

When on this diet, it's crucial to consult before trusting nutrition labels or claims about calorie content in store-bought items. 

The Lean Protein Diet focuses on eating mainly lean protein sources. By sticking to this diet, your body burns fat for energy instead of carbs. With fat providing 9 calories per gram compared to carbs' 4 calories per gram, you can burn more calories—up to 5625 per day on the LPD. However, eating anything not on the LPD sets you back to burning 2500 calories a day for the next two days. Stick to lean protein for consistent fat burning.

If you think you can determine which diet is better for you, that's better for you. 

Creating the Food Plan

Find out more about The Classic Diet

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Classic Diet - Track 1

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Classic Diet - Track 2

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Find out more about the Lean Protein Diet

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Conclusion

The majority of people being put on "The Classic Diet" and a small number of people do better on "The Lean Protein Diet". 

The Classic Diet follows a structured meal plan where each meal and snack specifies the number of calories to consume. Supper is divided into mains and sides, also with specified calorie counts. Every meal and snack must be healthy and contain adequate protein.

When on this diet, it's crucial to consult before trusting nutrition labels or claims about calorie content in store-bought items. 

The Lean Protein Diet focuses on eating mainly lean protein sources. By sticking to this diet, your body burns fat for energy instead of carbs. With fat providing 9 calories per gram compared to carbs' 4 calories per gram, you can burn more calories—up to 5625 per day on the LPD. However, eating anything not on the LPD sets you back to burning 2500 calories a day for the next two days.

Stick to lean protein for consistent fat burning.

If you think you can determine which diet is better for you, that's better for you.